Division of State Human Resources

Supervisory Practices

Supervisory Practices
 

Description

In an environment of limited resources, supervisors must know how to bring out the best in employees and continue to meet high productivity and quality standards. Includes the book Why Employees don't do What They're Supposed to do and What to do About It by Ferdinand F. Fournies.
Topics include:

• The Role of the Supervisor
• Interviewing and Selection
• Goal Setting
• Performance Management
• Building Positive Working Relationships
• Developing Others
• Delegation
• Motivation
• Performance Management
• Evaluating Employees
• Diagnosis of Performance Problems
• Substandard Performance &
• Progressive Discipline
• Grievance and Mediation
• Advocating for Employees

 

Prework

None.

 

Fee

$300.00

 

Schedule Information

 
 

Registration Information

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